4 Things A Writer Can Control

K.M. Allan

If life—and more specifically, 2020—has taught us anything, it’s that we don’t have control over everything.

When it comes to writing, control is very much a balancing act. You can control which characters are in your story, but you can’t always control what they want to do (even if you think you can with that plot twist in chapter five). You can also decide to get that story published, but you can’t control the outcome and if it’ll be accepted by agents, publishers or audiences.

With so many outside forces and unknowns messing with what we want to plan as writers, it’s easy to forget what we can control, such as the following…

4 Things A Writer Can Control

The Choice To Write

It might not feel like it when you’re years into a work in progress or just about to start your fifth editing pass, but the choice to…

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5 thoughts on “4 Things A Writer Can Control

  1. Hi Chris, long time… I have recently published a children’s author, Shaun Harbour, and his book has been taken up for Braille. I’m wondering if you’d like to check in on my blog? 🙂 best! Lyz

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